How to deal with the fear of speaking in public | The Optimist Daily
Today’s Solutions: June 22, 2024

Speaking in public is one thing, but imagine having to address Congress at the House of Representatives. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who recently became the youngest person in US history elected to Congress, admits it’s a nerve-wracking thing to do—not that you would notice it on her face. The congresswoman speaks calmly and confidently when she’s on the House floor. If you feel afraid speaking in public and want to become more confident doing it, listen to this simple tip from America’s youngest representative elected to Congress.

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